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Alternative Low Frequency Magnetic Field Theranostics: Recent Advances, Safety And Hazards

Yu. I. Golovin, Yu. I. Golovin, Natalia L. Klyachko, A. Majouga, D. Golovin, Sergey L. Gribanovsky
Published 2015 · Engineering

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The paper presents a brief review and comparative analysis of low frequency (nonheating) and radio-frequency electromagnetic nanomedicine technologies. The former are shown to have a considerable advantage over the latter ones: a higher flexibility and penetrating ability, easier to dose and control, easier to localize, as well as safer and less costly. This makes their employment promising for building a new technological platform for low frequency magnetic theranostics with a wider range of options, i.e. possessing a wider multimodality than traditional radio-frequency methods.
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